The marketing company Visualtech has developed an online tool that generates quotes from Armin Laschet and adapts them individually.
The users like it.
Mainz - The Union Chancellor candidate Armin Laschet is not having an easy time of it at the moment. After he was photographed laughing at a speech given by Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier on the consequences of the flood disaster, he fell in the approval rating among the population. In addition, he is repeatedly criticized for his statements that are far too vague. And now he's being really targeted. A new online tool has been going viral since Tuesday. It offers users the opportunity to generate their own personal Laschet quote.
If you want to get your own personal Laschet statement, you just have to enter a term in the Lasch-O-Mat, press "Lasch-It" and you get three blocks of quotations that couldn't be more general and therefore like a fist Eye fit.
So you can easily put any words in the mouth of the chancellor candidate that he has never really uttered, but still sound like a typical Laschet statement.
If you want to make the whole thing look like an election poster, you can click on "Create graphic" and place the quotes on a photo of the CDU politician.
Lasch-O-Mat: Armin Laschet as a viral hit
The Twitter community really likes the satire tool.
Puppies, men in cargo pants and even the Death Star from Star Wars: Armin Laschet has an opinion on all of these topics.
Of course not in reality, but at least in the Lasch-O-Mat universe.
The popularity of the satire tool even led to a server overload.
As Visualtech managing director Michael Ziegler
, the company did not expect such a positive response.
According to Meyer, the trigger for the Lasch-O-Mat would not be political engagement, but simply fun.
Back to the subject matter!
- Not Chevy Chase (@DrWaumiau) July 27, 2021
Sheev Palpatine likes this. # Laschomat pic.twitter.com/sz2xHXy8Nl
- Mario against AfD🌈🌈🌈🤘🌍🌱🌻 (@Pollos_Hermario) July 27, 2021
Incidentally, it is not the first time that Armin Laschet has been trending on Twitter.
The hashtags #laschetdenktnach and #laschethatnachgedacht have already caused laughter in the past.
In the spring, Laschet announced that he wanted to think about the Easter holidays against the background of possible new corona measures.